Bipartisan bills in both houses could double the number of these hubs and the jobs they create.
An announcement of this kind, which stitches Palestinian hubs together with trains and buses, would be electrifying.
hubs like Suvarnabhumi have become nodes in a physical Internet of cities and supply chains.
European hubs are a natural stopping point for many flights from Africa to other regions.
Figure 60 shows the carpenter's level in position on a level board, which rests on the hubs of three pipes.
When we came through Chicago, the mud was up to the hubs everywhere.
Now the wheels have sunk to the hubs and the horses are straining every muscle.
He whittled the axles out with his knife, and he made the hubs with it.
In hubs and pedals where the actual distance between the two rows of balls is sufficient, this point is of little importance.
Joints are made at the hubs, and should be leaded and well calked.
"solid center of a wheel," 1640s, perhaps from hubbe, originally "lump," the source of hob of a fireplace and hobnail, as in boots. A wheelwright's word, not generally known or used until c.1828; it reached wider currency in connection with bicycles. Meaning "center of interest or activity or importance" first recorded 1858 in writings of Oliver W. Holmes, and originally especially of Boston.
"Boston State-House is the hub of the solar system." [O.W. Holmes, "Autocrat of the Breakfast Table"]
"[E]verybody knows that Boston used to be called the Hub, meaning the hub of the universe. It may still be the hub, because the center of a wheel moves slowly." [J.P. Marquand, "Life," March 24, 1941]